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The Rebirth of Rwanda

Louise Mushikiwabo
Project Syndicate

Rwanda has made a lot of progress in the twenty years since the genocide, but the world is still not equipped to handle mass atrocities.

A United Front in the War for Wildlife

Simon Hedges
Wildlife Conservation Society

Conservationists need a unified approach to stop the illegal trade in wildlife: species protection, human development, good governance, and enforcement.

Forced Evictions Defeat the Spirit of Big Sporting Events

Priscila Néri

The evicted residents of Rio demand to be included in the benefits and the legacies of big tournaments like the World Cup and Olympics.

Building Resilience

Kavitha Rajagopalan 03/18/14

Now is the time for New York to take control of its aging infrastructure and set aside a fund for investing in and upgrading pipelines and buildings around the city.

Dogs Ally with Elephants in the Fight Against Illegal Ivory

Ruth Starkey
Wildlife Conservation Society

Sniffer dog teams are proving invaluable in the interdiction of illegal ivory and other wildlife parts as the contraband flows from Africa to Asia.

U.S.-China Cooperation and Planetary Resurgence

James Hansen 02/24/14

Agreement by China and the United States on rising internal carbon fees would be a planetary turning point, opening the door to global ascendancy of clean energies.

The Road to Car Safety

Carlos Ghosn
Project Syndicate

For the automobile industry to remain an instrument of progress, it must address the major issues of safety, clean energy, and affordability.

Poverty Is Never Just One Problem at a Time

Prahlad Shekhawat 11/25/13

Only a multidimensional approach can determine who is poor, how they are poor, and which deprivations they experience simultaneously. Indian policymakers need these details.

Forging India's New CSR Mandate

Raji Ajwani-Ramchandani 11/15/13

India may become the first country to enact compulsory spending on corporate social responsibility, but is it taking the right approach?

Multi-stakeholder Governance Seeks to Dislodge Multilateralism

Harris Gleckman 11/15/13

Multi-stakeholder consultations have gained support as a framework for solving global problems, but are they a legitimate stand-in for the multilateral system?

Stop Subsidizing Climate Change

Kevin Watkins
Project Syndicate

The inconsistencies between climate goals and energy policies are stark. Eliminating fossil-fuel subsidies would be one step in the right direction.

The Global Fund: Winning the Fight against Killer Diseases

Jeffrey Sachs
Project Syndicate

Our fight to eradicate the world's deadliest diseases hinges on a handful of world leaders providing aid for major public health projects.

Peace Pays for Itself

Steve Killelea
Institute for Economics and Peace

The global economic impact of violence in 2012 was estimated to be $9.5 trillion. Governments need a way to account for and recuperate these unproductive expenditures.

Combating Corruption in Liberia

Blair Glencorse 09/05/13

To give Liberia a better chance at cementing peace, those who care about the country's future should focus their thinking on the core elements of accountability.

POEM: Tomorrow's Child

Raji Ajwani-Ramchandani 08/20/13

This poem was written to convey the imperative of sustainability. As geographical lines blur due to trade and markets, so can ethics.

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